The District in Henderson is already one of the hottest spots in the Las Vegas Valley. The main thoroughfare on the District's west side (it's divided in half by Green Valley Parkway, with Whole Foods Market anchoring the east half) is simply packed most of the week, particularly on weekends, when free concerts are offered. That's the best time to grab a patio table at King's Fish House, one of only 10 on the entire West Coast.
The outdoor dining area is divided into two sections. The south section is relatively small, bordered on all sides by potted plants in black, wooden planters. Shelter is provided by umbrellas. The north section is surrounded by a wrought-iron fence, and its canopy is equipped with heat lamps and misters. Booths and tables are available, and chairs with grape cluster patterns mesh well with the checkered tablecloths and hanging plants.
Specials such as spiny lobster and swordfish are as fresh as you could want, and there's now also a full sushi menu. Not in the mood for fish? Try the chicken parmigiana or po' boy sandwich.
Wood and leather dominate the main dining room, which has several types of fish mounted on the walls. The kitchen is visible from the dining area, allowing customers to smell their catch being prepared. The sushi bar/lounge, located adjacent to the main dining room, features a '50s motif, including pictures of Marilyn Monroe, Royal Crown Cola and Joe DiMaggio.